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Letter from the NJJLL President

Dear NJJLL Members

 I hope this letter finds you all well, as of this communication you should have attended your conference meetings, and if you did not already please register for the 2021 season. Please remember to put all contacts down for each of your programs.  Please note that lasts year league fee is being credited for 2021.

On Monday Dec 14 the NJJLL executive board conducted our monthly meeting.  We all agreed to not change our 2021 season.  We are keeping it the same.  We are aware of the NJSIAA electing to delay the start of high school lacrosse and extending it.  We as a board felt we would encounter more conflicts if we followed the high school season.  Travel lacrosse, graduations and vacations come to mind.  We also know that we may have conflicts with the winter sports overlapping with our spring season, but we find it more manageable earlier in the season to rescheduling games. 

We also realize there will be cancellations, rescheduling and postponements due to COVID 19 cases and exposure.  Please follow all guidelines, and protocols that your recreation and township health departments have established. 

“There is a light at the end of the tunnel ‘’  but we are not there yet. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at   We wish you and your families a wonderful Holiday.  And a way better New Year than this past one.

Happy Holidays
Jim Donovan
President NJJLL

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2021 - Lacrosse Chest Protection CHANGE!

  • Beginning in 2021, the use of goalie chest protectors that meet the new NOCSAE performance standard will be mandatory in the US Lacrosse boys’ and girls’ youth rules, the NFHS boys’ and girls’ high school rules, and the NCAA men’s and women’s rules.
  • Goalie chest protectors used after January 1, 2021 must be designed for lacrosse and meet the NOCSAE standard, ND200.
  • Beginning in 2022, US Lacrosse boys’ field players, NFHS boys’ field players, and NCAA men’s field players must also wear chest protection that meets the NOCSAE ND200 standard.
  • The NOCSAE standard is a performance standard, not a design standard.
  • Product designs will likely vary from one manufacturer to another.
  • Products must contain the NOCSAE logo and SEI certification mark to be legal for play.
  • There must be marking on both the packaging and product that states that the product conforms to NOCSAE standard ND200.

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